Join the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in Boycotting Israeli Settlement Products

At the 2012 General Assembly, the PC(USA) voted by an overwhelming majority to boycott all products manufactured in Israeli settlements located in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The boycott of these products serves as a nonviolent means through which Presbyterians can work for a peaceful solution to the conflict in Israel-Palestine. Please join the growing number of Presbyterians who have already pledged their support for the PC (U.S.A.) boycott of products manufactured in Israeli settlements by endorsing this pledge.

Colombia Accompaniment Report: Simplicity’s Facade

Three equally different flavors with the same base of displacement, and faith. Here ‘extended family’ also includes the faith community, and people take that seriously. Church members are present in each other’s lives, as familial as hermanos y hermanas en Cristo (brothers and sisters in Christ) can be, and we hear the reference often.

Rick Ufford-Chase Commemorates 10th Anniversary of Humanitarian Organization

Rick Ufford-Chase, PPF's Executive Director, spoke at the service honoring the 10th anniversary of the organization No More Deaths on April 27 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson. No More Deaths is a group of people of conscience and faith that assert the right to provide humanitarian aid to migrants.

Churches in Colombia and the U.S. Call for Peace

On April 5-7, 2014 churches across Colombia and the United States commemorated the 9th Annual Days of Prayer and Action for Colombia.

La Alemania: A Positive Note

In conversations with various groups of people throughout the Finca including the military, we understand that the “bad guys”, who are still in the area, are not presently causing problems. People reported to us that they suffer from the effects of past violence, but that conditions are getting better.